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Critical appraisal of the circular economy standard BS 8001: 2017 and a dashboard of quantitative system indicators for its implementation in organizations
S Pauliuk
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 129, 81-92, 2018
3592018
The steel scrap age
S Pauliuk, RL Milford, DB Müller, JM Allwood
Environmental science & technology 47 (7), 3448-3454, 2013
2432013
Steel all over the world: Estimating in-use stocks of iron for 200 countries
S Pauliuk, T Wang, DB Müller
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 71, 22-30, 2013
2392013
Carbon emissions of infrastructure development
DB Müller, G Liu, AN Løvik, R Modaresi, S Pauliuk, FS Steinhoff, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (20), 11739-11746, 2013
2372013
Solid waste and the circular economy: a global analysis of waste treatment and waste footprints
A Tisserant, S Pauliuk, S Merciai, J Schmidt, J Fry, R Wood, A Tukker
Journal of Industrial Ecology 21 (3), 628-640, 2017
2352017
The role of in-use stocks in the social metabolism and in climate change mitigation
S Pauliuk, DB Müller
Global Environmental Change 24, 132-142, 2014
2242014
Moving toward the circular economy: The role of stocks in the Chinese steel cycle
S Pauliuk, T Wang, DB Müller
Environmental science & technology 46 (1), 148-154, 2012
2152012
The Roles of Energy and Material Efficiency in Meeting Steel Industry CO2 Targets
RL Milford, S Pauliuk, JM Allwood, DB Müller
Environmental science & technology 47 (7), 3455-3462, 2013
2062013
Contributions of sociometabolic research to sustainability science
H Haberl, D Wiedenhofer, S Pauliuk, F Krausmann, DB Müller, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (3), 173-184, 2019
1652019
Industrial ecology in integrated assessment models
S Pauliuk, A Arvesen, K Stadler, EG Hertwich
Nature Climate Change 7 (1), 13-20, 2017
1642017
Iron and steel in Chinese residential buildings: A dynamic analysis
M Hu, S Pauliuk, T Wang, G Huppes, E van der Voet, DB Müller
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54 (9), 591-600, 2010
1642010
Material efficiency strategies to reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with buildings, vehicles, and electronics—a review
EG Hertwich, S Ali, L Ciacci, T Fishman, N Heeren, E Masanet, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (4), 043004, 2019
1632019
Global carbon benefits of material substitution in passenger cars until 2050 and the impact on the steel and aluminum industries
R Modaresi, S Pauliuk, AN Løvik, DB Müller
Environmental science & technology 48 (18), 10776-10784, 2014
1242014
Scenarios for demand growth of metals in electricity generation technologies, cars, and electronic appliances
S Deetman, S Pauliuk, DP Van Vuuren, E Van Der Voet, A Tukker
Environmental science & technology 52 (8), 4950-4959, 2018
1162018
Socioeconomic metabolism as paradigm for studying the biophysical basis of human societies
S Pauliuk, EG Hertwich
Ecological Economics 119, 83-93, 2015
1062015
Transforming the Norwegian dwelling stock to reach the 2 degrees celsius climate target: Combining material flow analysis and life cycle assessment techniques
S Pauliuk, K Sjöstrand, DB Müller
Journal of Industrial Ecology 17 (4), 542-554, 2013
912013
Regional distribution and losses of end-of-life steel throughout multiple product life cycles—Insights from the global multiregional MaTrace model
S Pauliuk, Y Kondo, S Nakamura, K Nakajima
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 116, 84-93, 2017
882017
A general system structure and accounting framework for socioeconomic metabolism
S Pauliuk, G Majeau‐Bettez, DB Müller
Journal of Industrial Ecology 19 (5), 728-741, 2015
812015
Resource efficiency and climate change: Material efficiency strategies for a low-carbon future
E Hertwich, R Lifset, S Pauliuk, N Heeren, S Ali, Q Tu, F Ardente, P Berrill, ...
642020
Matching global cobalt demand under different scenarios for co-production and mining attractiveness
A Tisserant, S Pauliuk
Journal of Economic Structures 5 (4), 2016
632016
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